UPPER DARBY, Pennsylvania -- A new walking trail in Upper Darby, Delaware County, takes residents and visitors on a historic tour that highlights little-known locations on the Underground Railroad.
The Upper Darby Historical Society has been hard at work on the project, shedding light on an important part of the struggle for equal rights in America.
The trail is a little more than five miles long and typically takes around two hours to walk.
While the trail ends along the Philadelphia border near Cobbs Creek, Everts says you can also drive the travel instead of walking it.
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Walking trail takes visitors through historic tour of the Underground Railroad